#RomanticTuesday ~ Burn – #poetry #love

Night Owl Poetry - Dorinda Duclos

Feel my warmth against your skin

A fire simmers from deep within

A heart, surrenders, to a touch

Lips against lips, in a silent hush

Two body’s crash in a single burn

Flesh upon flesh in a single turn

Feelings that can no longer hide

Release this yearning ache inside

Passionate cravings, fuel for the fire

Two become one in heated desire

©2016 Dorinda Duclos All Rights Reserved
Photo via Pixabay

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Our Very Words – a poem by Paul Vincent Cannon


Lofty – RDP Tuesday


Photo: peoplesriverhistory.us. Artist Wes Modes sailed this recreated 1940s shanty boat down the Tennessee River in 2016 as part of the project – ‘A Secret History Of American River People’

Beware the echo-chamber!

Our Very Words

We named her SS Egalitarian,
fuelled her with libertarian spirit
and collectively manoeuvred along the river
wisely steering round the rocks of despair,
avoiding log-jams upstream,
keeping to ourselves, naturally
no boarders here
our company pure,
ideologically speaking of course,
untainted, ideal,
and though we steered so well
navigating this river of life,
the skin of her hull
our very words in fact,
ran out, and the
democracy of the river poured in.

©Paul Vincent Cannon

Paul, pvcann.com

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